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66 5836 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5836 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5836 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The backgammon players. Etching, 8,3x7,2 cm., "Av. Ostade" in the image.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the platemark; professionally backed w. very thin Japanese.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 39, probably 5th state (of 6). Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.

€ (300-500) 300
66 5837 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5837 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5837 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The dance under the trellis. Etching, 11,3x17,1 cm., "A Ostade" etched in the plate.

- Small part of watermark (unidentified) in top margin; strong impression; tipped onto mount along margins (but with 1 mm blank margins outside the borderlines); a few very small foxed spots.

= Godefroy and Hollstein 47, final state (of 7). With the collector's stamp of J.R. Voûte (Lugt 4450) and S.S. Scheikevitsch (L. 2367) on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (150-250) 170
66 5838 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5838 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5838 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The empty jug. Etching, 1653(?), 9,7x8,5 cm., "Av.ostade" in the plate below the image.

- Trimmed well outside the platemark; sm. glue stain in upper left corner.

= Godefroy and Hollstein 15, the 8th and final state.

€ (150-250) 160
66 5839 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5839 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5839 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The family. Etching, 17,2x15,3 cm., "Av Ostade" and "1647" in the plate, tipped onto mount.

- Foxed/ stained on verso. Eighteenth cent. impression, printed from a worn plate.

= Provenance the estate of Jan Veth and heirs, with a ticket with Veth's signature on mount. Godefroy and Hollstein 46, 7th state (of 7).

€ (100-150) 160
66 5840 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5840 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5840 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The fiddler and the hurdy-gurdy boy. Etching, 14,9x12,9 cm., monogrammed "AVO" on the barrel.

- Fine impression; trimmed to/ on the borderline; very vaguely browned; margins extended for handling.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 45, 3rd state (of 6): the high cap of the villager behind the smoking man shaded with fine lines, but before the vigorous crosshatching on the ground below the seated peasant in front of the door. This state RR ("Très Rare") according to Godefroy. "By the middle of the seventeenth century, the large beggar and itinerant class was no longer regarded as threatening to Dutch society (...) This relaxation of tensions in Dutch society is suggested by the assimilation of Ostade's musicians into the entire group of festive figures. The musicians are welcome participants rather than objects of curiosity and ridicule." (Dutch prints of Daily Life no.18). With the collector's stamp of Jan Reinier Voûte on verso (Lugt 4450). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (1.000-1.500)
66 5841 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5841 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5841 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Mother with two children. Etching, 8,6x6,7 cm., "Av.O" in the image.

- Trimmed on/ just outside the platemark. A few very vague foxed spots; professionally backed w. very thin Japanese.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 14, 3rd state (of 6).

€ (400-600) 400
66 5842 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5842 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66 5842 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5842 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5842 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The pig killers. Circular etching, ±1650, Ø11,1 cm.

- Trimmed inside border lines; mounted on paper mount along left margin.

= Godefroy and Hollstein 41, the 7th state (of 8), with 6 horizontal lines on the lower left of the supporting pole. Ackley 104.

Idem. Peasant leaning on his doorway. Etching, ±1672, 10,1x8,7 cm.

- Upper left corner lacking (neatly replaced in manuscript); mounted on paper mount along right margin.

= Godefroy 9, prob. the 4th state (of 4).

€ (200-300)
66/5843 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The quacksalver. Etching, 14,7x12,3 cm., signed "Av Ostade" in the plate, framed.

- Rubbed spot near signature. 18th cent. impression, good margins.

= Godefroy/ Hollstein 43, 9th/ 10th (final) state; cat. Fry coll. 78.1.

AND 6 etchings by A. VAN EVERDINGEN, together in 2 frames.

€ (100-150) 275
66 5844 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5844 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5844 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The smoker and the drinker. Etching, ±1682, 7,8x6 cm., "Av.Ostade" in the plate.

- Fine impression, trimmed just outside/ on the platemark; margins strengthened w. tape on verso (not visible on recto).

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 24a, the 3rd state (of 5), before the strengthening of the borderline. With the collector's stamps of an unidentified collector and Quiring (Lugt 620a and 1041c).

€ (500-700)
66 5845 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5845 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5845 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Smoker leaning on the back of a chair. Etching, 10,2x8,8 cm., "A. Ostade" below the image.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the platemark. Professionally backed w. very thin Japanese.

= Godefroy/ Hollstein 6, 5th state (of 6), the Picart edition.

€ (300-500)
66 5846 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5846 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5846 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Village romance. Etching, ±1667, 15,7x12,5 cm., "Av Ostade" in the plate in lower blank margin.

- Sl. browned/ foxed 19th cent. impression w. one repaired wormhole and two sm. holes.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 11, the 12th and final state.

€ (100-150) 110
66 5847 Ostade A van 1610 1685 66 5847 Ostade A van 1610 1685
66/5847 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The wandering musicians. Etching, 10,4x8,5 cm., "Av. Ostade" in the plate.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the platemark; thin spot in upper left corner; professionally backed w. very thin Japanese.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 38, the 4th state (of 6); Van Ostade cat. Georgia Museum 90 and 91 ("clever little print"). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (400-600) 400
66 5848 Passe I C de 1564 1637 66 5848 Passe I C de 1564 1637
66/5848 Passe I, C. de (1564-1637). St. John. Circular engraving, Ø 10,1 cm., with the address and the monogram of C. de Passe engr. in the image and a circular Latin caption around the image.

- Partly trimmed just inside the platemark; trifle foxed. On paper with unidentified watermark.

= Hollstein 211, only state.

€ (100-150) 110
66 5849 Passe I C de 1564 1637 66 5849 Passe I C de 1564 1637
66 5849 Passe I C de 1564 1637 66 5849 Passe I C de 1564 1637
66/5849 Passe I, C. de (1564-1637). Lot of 10 circular emblematic engravings, each Ø 9,7 cm., all w. circular Latin caption around the image, 2-line Latin caption below the image and numb. in upper right corner.

- A few lvs. w. corners sl. worn in blank margins.

= No.28, 41 and 95 from G. Rollenhagen, Nucleus Emblematus Selectissimorum (Arnhem, 1611) and no. 6, 26, 49, 58, 71, 96 and 98 from G. Rollenhagen, Selectorum Emblematus Centuria Secunda (Arnhem, 1611).

€ (60-80) 180
66 5850 Passe I C de 1564 1637  after 66 5850 Passe I C de 1564 1637 after
66 5850 Passe I C de 1564 1637  after 66 5850 Passe I C de 1564 1637 after
66 5850 Passe I C de 1564 1637  after 66 5850 Passe I C de 1564 1637 after
66/5850 Passe I, C. de (1564-1637) (after). The Sibyls. Set of 12 engravings (copies in reverse), all 13x12 cm., one with "Jac Verheyen sculsit.", others with the address of Jacques Granthomme engr. below the image, mounted above a French text within a flower motive, bound in 19th cent. hleather, folio.

- Occas. trifle dustsoiled, 3rd engr. badly retouched in upper right corner. Boards occas. rubbed, spine-ends dam.

= Not in Hollstein. Bound with an engr. frontisp. with annot. in pen: "Pourtraits des douze Sibylles tirez des medailles antiques avec un abrege des predictios de chacune di-celles selo la descriptio des plus celebres et veritables autheurs."

€ (120-150) 120
66 5851 Pfeiffer F J  1778 1835 66 5851 Pfeiffer F J 1778 1835
66/5851 Pfeiffer, F.J. (1778-1835). (A man walking in a forest, carrying a bird and a basket). Lithograph, 1817, 33x22 cm., signed "FJ. Pfeiffer 1817" on the stone.

- Manuscript collector's mark of G.T. Buijs (son of artist C.B. Buijs).

= Early Dutch lithograph. The Rijksprentenkabinet possesses 6 similar "boomstudies" by Pfeiffer, all dated 1817. Cf. Boekenwereld, year 15, no.1 (Lithografie in Nederland), p.23.

€ (100-150) 100
66 5852 Philips J C  ±1732 1789 66 5852 Philips J C ±1732 1789
66/5852 Philips, J.C. (±1732-1789). "(...) Konstryke afbeelding der eerste Eerbewysinge, verrigt by de Plegtige Inhuldiging van Zyn Doorluchtige Hoogheid [Willem V] tot Ridder van de Koninglyke Order van de Kousseband in de Oranjezaal op den 5. juny 1752 gedaan (...)." Engraving after T.P.C. HAAG, 44x52 cm., engr. captions and legend below the image, The Hague, D. Langeweg, 1757.

- Trifle yellowed. = F.M. 4048: "Zeer fraaije voorstelling".

AND 3 others, incl. 2 engravings of staircases of Hampton Court ("Grand Stair Case", handcol. engr. by D. HAVELL after R. CATTERMOLE) and of Kensington Palace ("The Great Staircase", handcol. engr. by R. REEVE after C. WILD). - ADDED: a mediocre set of 6 (of 8) etchings from the Set of various animals by N. BERCHEM (all tipped onto passeparout, sl. yellowed and 3x sl. dam.).

€ (70-90) 100
66 5853 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 66 5853 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
66/5853 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Veduta interna della Basilica di S. Pietro in Vaticano." (Interior view of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican). Etching from the series Vedute di Roma, 38,5x59,5 cm., titled and "Piranesi fecit" below the image, 1748, mounted.

- Slightly foxed/ yellowed/ dustsoiled; scratched spots (mainly) in margins.

= Wilton-Ely 137; Focillon 788; Hind 4. First state (of 6), before address.

€ (100-150) 110
66 5854 Pittoni G B  1520 1583 66 5854 Pittoni G B 1520 1583
66/5854 Pittoni, G.B. (1520-1583). (Views of Roman ruins). Eight engravings (of 40), all ±21x31 cm., each titled in the image and numb. in upper right corner, from V. Scamozzi, Discorsi sopra l'antichita de Roma (Venice, Ziletti, 1582).

- All w. vertical fold in the centre; occas. a few wormholes (mainly) in margins.

= No.7, 9, 15, 17, 20, 22, 28 and 40. Le Blanc 1.

€ (80-100) 800
66 5855 Ploos van Amstel C  1726 1798 66 5855 Ploos van Amstel C 1726 1798
66 5855 Ploos van Amstel C  1726 1798 66 5855 Ploos van Amstel C 1726 1798
66/5855 Ploos van Amstel, C. (1726-1798). Heer en dame met page. Printdrawing by C. BROUWER after G. TER BORCH, 35x25 cm., with the Ploos stamp on verso.

- Left edge sl. chipped. = LNP 30, the 4th or 5th state of 5; Van Huffel 29.

Idem. Man bij borstwering. Printdrawing by B. SCHREUDER after G. FLINCK, 25x18,6 cm., with the Ploos stamp and "Govt. Flinck. del 1643 Ploos van Amstel J.C. fecit 1773" in pencil on verso, tipped onto mount.

= LNP 23, 7th state of 7; van Huffel 49.

€ (100-150)